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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD U.C.mner tmia It's on again EATON'S Dec. 21st HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW YOUR IF ALL YOU KNOW IS HER HEIGHT YOU'RE IN TROUBLE HER SIZE Free Gift Wrap For Men After you have made your purchase have it gift wrapped without charge at the gift wrap second floor. SWEATER s s SHOES SWIMSUIT A Pretty Hostess will be touring the Store to Assist You in Your Purchase for the wo- man on your gift list. She may even have a token gift for JEWELLERY ROBE NIGHTGOWN PAJAMAS ANNIVERSARY BIRTHDAY USE THIS CHART FOR EATON'S STAO NIOHT DECEMBER 4 p.m. Prizes to be Drawn for During the Evening Retain the third part of your gift wrap stub it may win you a prize. Prizes will be announced at regular intervals over our store P.A. system. Relax in the comfort of our second floor rest- aurant while your purchase is being gift wrapped with Christmas paper and satin bows. Our cheerful staff will make your Christmas shopping a pleasure. And to help you get ready for our store buying we have prepared a size chart for our customers the one fill it if you or have her fill it in for you and come to Eaton's Friday from 4 to 9 and let us help you get to know her better. Gift Suggestions Sportswear Neckwear Negligee Sets Jewellery Gowns Half Slips Pyjamas Furs Naturally you can charge it if you have an Eaton Account Or Buy Her an Eaton Gift Available at the cash Second Floor Friday 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Eaton's Christmas Shopping Open Friday until 9 but will close Saturday and Monday at the usual hour of p.m. to enable our staff to enjoy the festive season with their family and friends Buy Line 328-8811 Use Our Eaton Account Credit Terms Available. Policeman shot twice in shooting spree GOLD PEN SAVED HIS LIFE By JURATE KAZICKAS ATHENS A young Italian policeman shot by Arab guerrillas during the Rome airport massacre owes his life to a gold ballpoint pen. doctors said Wednesday. Giro Strino was shot twice and taken hostage in the Rome shooting spree and fire-bombing of a Pan American jetliner Monday that cost 31 lives The guerrillas forced Strino. 23. and the other hostages aboard a Lufthansa jet that flew to Athens. Damascus and Kuwait The guerrillas released the hostages and surrendered Tuesday in Kuwait Strino was the only hostage released in Athens The mous- tachioed Neapolitan lay in a hospital bed and looked at the broken pen the doctors say deflected the bullet that could have entered his heart feel very bitter about what he said. think hijackers should be shot DAZED BY INCIDENT A soft-spoken Strino still seemed dazed. He asked the doctors how long he had been in hospital He said he knew nothing about the dead man that the hijackers threw out of the plane in the night He did not see him on the plane was all very con- he said happened so Two bullets entered both sides of Strino's but one struck a ball point pen carried over his heart He said the pen was a gift from an unknown traveller months ago. Strino remembers that the Arab guerrillas made the hostages in separate sections of the Lufthansa plane kept asking for a doc- tor. 1 was in great he said The stewardesses gave him At times' he passed out from the loss of blood He said he could see the guerrillas with their guns talking to the pilot He described the guerrillas as young men in their early 20s TIME PASSED SLOWLY Strino said the hours seemed interminable All night while the guerrillas negotiated with Greek authorities for the release ol two Palestinian prison- ers held in he hoping to be released Just before the hijacked plane took off for its next stop in Damascus. Strino was led off the plane by two stewardesses. He remembers that the blast ol the plane's engines near- knocked him off his teet The next thing he knew he was in a hospital bed And now. his only goal is to go back to Rome and see his tiancee again It's hard to remember it all now. but 1 know 1 won t ever forget thatf Dutch treat Chancellor Willy Brandt of West Germany receives a wheel of cheese and a kiss from a pretty Dutch miss in Bonn during a celebration for Brandt's 60th birthday. No oil controls needed Newspaper strike talks break off VICTORIA Renew- ed negotiations between Vic- toria Press Ltd and the Joint Council of Newspaper Unions have broken off without reaching a settlement and no further meetings have been mediator Clark Gilmour said Wednesday afternoon The labor department mediation officer had called both sides back together again on Tuesday after a two-week coohng-off period since they last met Dec. 3. Members of the Printing Pressmen's Union one of five in the joint council of struck the company Dec. 1. preventing publication of the morning Colonist and evening Times in the 2Vz weeks since Four other unions continued to bargain with Victoria Press Ltd which is owned by FP Publications but negotiations adjourned with the central issue of job securi- ty and technological change still unresolved. CALGARY The federal government appears to be trying to force passage nf thp F.nprgy Supplies Emergency Act without jus- tifying the necessity for massive John S. Poyen. president of the Cana- dian Petroleum Association said Wednesday. act appears to provide the government with sweep- ing powers to control the oil producing the the pipeline systems and the distribution and marketing patterns throughout Canada not only during the period of an emergency at the discre- tion of almost indefinitely While there has been un- certainty as to supplies of crude oil being imported from foreign countries and we recognize and endorse the government's desire to alleviate these shortfalls the willingness and ability of Canadian oil companies within Canada to meet the re- quirements through voluntary and responsible efforts has been clearly He said in a news release that the oil companies have already developed plans to move Western Canadian energy products to Eastern Canada via the St Lawrence Seaway and via the Panama Canal The wide powers of control which this bill contemplates imposing on the Canadian oil industry does not appear to be either necessary in the public or justified on the basis of the industry's perfor- mance Going to Calgary WINTER RATES STETSON MOTEL 10002 Maclvod Trill 6. Clean Comfortable Units Color TV Automatic phones Phoni -271-3210 Collect The whisky a man saves for himself ...and his friends. It's a matter of taste. So we take the time to blend together 29 aged whiskies into one great taste. Adams Private Stock. Do your friends a flavour. Thomas Adams niSTII I I HS I I IJ ;